EC launches new EU Customs action plan

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BRUSSELS; September 28, 2020 — The European Commission has today launched a new Customs Union Action Plan setting out a series of measures to make EU customs smarter, more innovative and more efficient over the next four years. The announced measures will strengthen the Customs Union as a cornerstone of the Single Market. They also…

AAM/Vivansa at the forefront of the Serbian Customs computerisation

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BELGRADE; September 15, 2017 — The Consortium AAM/Vivansa has been awarded a new contract by the Customs Administration of Serbia (CAS) in order to provide technical assistance for establishing the Institutional Framework for the Implementation of the Automated Import System (AIS) / Automated Export System (AES). The initial assignment (covering the Sep. 17 – Sept…

Cyprus – Ministry of Finance reaches for lxr.CCN

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NICOSIA; February 24, 2014 — The Cypriot Ministry of Finance has made the choice of lxr.CCN to provide its national Trans-European applications with a unified standard interface to exchange messages to/from CCN Network (both CCN/CSI and CCN Intranet channels) and at the same time to facilitate the transition towards CCN2, which can be seen as…

lxr.EORI successfully deployed at LU Customs

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lxr.EORI, implementing EORI services, has been successfully deployed at the Administration des Douanes et Accises (ADA) in Luxembourg. Through the deployment of lxr.EORI module, ADA has made a significant step towards the harmonization of Master Data management. In a nutshell, lxr.EORI: Offers Economic Operation Registration Information (EORI) management Makes this functionality available through a standard…

lxr.ICS successfully deployed at LU Customs

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Luxembourg – The lxr.ICS SOA module implementing Import Control Sytems (ICS) services has been successfully deployed at the Luxembourg Customs & Excise administration (ADA), thus achieving a new step towards paper-less Customs and increased security of Customs movements. The next phase will consist in running ICS MODE-2 Conformance Testing with Central Services of the European…

UK Customs choose lxr.CCN

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Her Majesty Revenue & Customs (HMRC) administration has made the decision to use the lxr.CCN Advanced, Enterprise Edition 2.1 to offer reliable EU Gateway services to all national Trans-European Systems (TES) making use of CCN/CSI. lxr.CCN will actually replace the former XSIZE Gateway solution (that is not supported anymore by Vivansa) and let HMRC benefit…
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